Joseon Dynasty Brown Glazed Small Jar


A brown glazed jar fired in the northern part of Korea during the Joseon dynasty. A short neck is formed on the bulgy shoulder, and gravel adheres to the base at the bottom. The Kuro-Korai (Korean Black vessel), mainly produced in Jeollanam-do in the south, is glazed twice or thickly even once. In this piece, the thinly glazed iron glaze shows a greenish-yellow glaze tone similar to that of Soba-glaze, and its wabi-sabi taste as if it has been fired as a tea utensil since its origin.

There are no noticeable defects, and the condition is excellent. It is thought to be an inherited piece and is stored in a Kamaboko-shaped box with a sticker “Kogaratsu small jar”.

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